1878 Wilbur Ave.
Somerset, MA 02725
Phone: (508) 678-4545
Fax: (508) 678-9352
Bars & Cafes
Located in the tiny town of Swansea, Venus de Milo, is a restaurant that is equipped to cater to all your epicurean needs. Not only will you be served some of the most exotic cuisine found in the state of Massachusetts but you also get to attend one of a kind events held here such as wedding parties, bridal showers, trade shows, family gatherings and more. The Venus de Milo takes care of all the necessary settings, banquet rooms and arrangements required to make the event sail smoothly, all they ask in return is for you to enjoy yourself thoroughly. As a restaurant it is definitely a cut above the rest and as an event venue, nothing can get trendier than this. For further information do visit their website.
After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, stop by Belmont Club on Franklin Street. This little club is located at the John Young House and with hardly any sign of the fun activities which happen within its four walls, it can be easy to miss it. So be sure to keep your eyes open as you stroll down Franklin Street so you don’t miss their amazing blues night on Mondays and acoustic open mic nights on Thursdays.
Located snugly along the serene Sakonnet river, Boat House Restaurant offers so much more than just good food. The alfresco dining experience on their famous wooden patio is an option to unwind and untangle oneself from life's worries while munching on seafood cooked to perfection and a determined service staff waiting by your side. Shrouded by a nautical theme, this little eatery is adorned with comfortable chairs and box lanterns. The place buzzes with a pleasant hum of energy aided by the casual chatter of patrons.Boat House Restaurant also hosts weddings, baby showers, corporate meetings in their private dining space.
This eatery offers fresh donuts, coffee, muffins, and a host of other specialties.
The Beehive Cafe is a beautiful little dining establishment on the fringes of Bristol's Independence Park. The menu features salads, burgers, soups, salads and pizzas. The entrees include grilled chicken, pot pies and baked dishes. The ingredients are freshly sourced from local producers or grown in their own herb garden, so guests are assured of quality products. Grab a seat at the patio or the balcony, and enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding area while feasting on your food.
A brainchild of restaurateur and chef, Rizwan Ahmed, Hourglass Brasserie delights guests with delicious French cuisine. An array of wines are on offer to complement your food. Hourglass Brasserie offers an elegant, yet casual ambiance to savor your meal. The restaurant enjoys a prime location near Bristol's coastline, and is in close proximity to the city's attractions like Independence Park and Bristol Town Common.
Do not go by the name DeWolf Tavern, and expect a local raucous pub-like atmosphere; instead, this restaurant is quite the opposite. Housed in a restored warehouse, DeWolf Tavern offers guests an elegant ambiance to dine in. Renowned chef and proprietor Sai Viswanath, brings in modern twists to American cuisine. The chef uses his Indian heritage to offer guests innovative recipes like Naan Pizza, Shirmp Pakora, Roasted Vegetable and Fruit Chatt Salad and tandoor dishes. Rum, cocktails and bourbon are available to complement your food.
This is a true Irish pub, complete with lacy curtains and a stove burning in the winter. Hearty fare like bangers and mash (sausage and potatoes), shepherd's pie, and farmers stew are featured along with pots of Irish tea and homemade apple pie. The pub serves Irish brunch every Sunday, and boast of the East Bay's best selection of European ales. Food is available from 11:30am until 10pm, 11pm on the weekends. It is located 20 minutes south of Providence on picturesque Bristol Harbor.
Among the top notch casual restaurants and bars in the city, 1149 Bar & Grill attracts a number of locals who are looking for a great time. Open for Sunday brunch as well as lunch and dinner on all days, 1149 serves delectable American food prepared using the freshest ingredients. Appetizers and entrees that are worth trying from the menu are BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos, Beer Battered Fish & Chips, Brick Oven Baked Penne and Chicken Parmesan. Try their specialty Mocha Cap Martini for dessert, or you can opt for the more standard dessert fares like Flourless Chocolate Torte and Assortment of Ice Cream and Sorbet. If not for food, you can also walk into its lounge section and sip on their sinful classic cocktails like Blood Orange Margarita and Moscow Mile.
With over 20 HD flat screen televisions to enjoy all your favorite sporting events, Brickyard Bar & Grill offers a wide array of dishes such as sandwiches and subs, pizza, burgers, quesadillas and a full bar.
Top of the Bay is a cute little place that offers great food with a great view. The decor is a calming force and works mutually well with the beautiful view of the serene waterfront. On offer is an eclectic menu of steaks, seafood and European fare with an equally diverse list of beers, cocktails and wines. The service staff is nimble and leaves no stone overturned to make you feel comfortable. Top of the Bay is a nice place to spend a leisurely day with your friends or even a romantic and fun-filled date.
A small, independently run neighborhood BYOB restaurant specializing in freshly prepared food using as many local ingredients as possible. Open Tuesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and offers a Sunday Brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..